God to Use TRUMP for Greatest REVIVAL in History?

God to Use TRUMP for Greatest REVIVAL in History?
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  • Reply January 23, 2020

    Varnel Watson

    YES Isara Mo Nelson Banuchi Neil Steven Lawrence Ray E Horton

  • Reply January 23, 2020

    Varnel Watson

    • Reply January 23, 2020

      Eddie L. Hyatt

      I would describe his actions as “affirming” what is already guaranteed in the Constitution.

      • Reply January 24, 2020

        Michael Postlethwait

        …which unfortunately seems to be needed in a society that fails to place a high value on its history!

  • Reply January 23, 2020

    Varnel Watson

  • Reply January 23, 2020

    Nelson Banuchi

    We’ll see…

  • Reply January 23, 2020

    Scott Markley

    Absolutely not…..amd I votedforhim and will sadly have to do so agian…

  • Reply January 23, 2020

    Eddie L. Hyatt

    Who created that banner??

    • Reply January 23, 2020

      Varnel Watson

      which one? banner is either FB or Google

    • Reply January 23, 2020

      Eddie L. Hyatt

      the one one about God using Trump for greatest revival in history. (Not sure whether to laugh or cry)

  • Reply January 23, 2020

    Varnel Watson

  • Reply January 23, 2020

    Ray E Horton

    That greatest revival is coming, but I don’t know that Pres. Trump will have much to do with it.

  • Reply January 23, 2020

    William DeArteaga

    It is possible. Thomas Jefferson, a Diest, was pres during the Second Great Awakening.

  • Reply January 23, 2020

    John Crilly

    Now I have heard everything…..?

  • Reply January 23, 2020

    Nettie Miller

    God bless President Trump !!

  • Reply January 24, 2020

    Neil Steven Lawrence

    Maybe the best thing that Trump has taught the nation and the church is being determined enough to FIGHT for what is right. Isn’t that the meaning of vigilance?

    When you look at the church today which word describes it best: “flabby” or “vigilant”?

    If you were to describe the church as an army (and it is supposed to be) – is the role of pastor more like a tank or a bunker? – A general or a medic?

    • Reply January 24, 2020

      Michael Postlethwait

      In my growth as a believer, I have learned the dangers of talking about “the Church” in broad categories. Even the churches in Revelation which were relatively geographically close together could not be generalized in the way we American Christians tend to do today.

  • Reply January 24, 2020

    Varnel Watson

    how do you mean what you said Neil Steven Lawrence

  • Reply January 24, 2020

    Scott Markley

    While I voted for Trump, I am deeply saddened at his conduct. Yes, he can make sharp business decisions for our country, but as a leader his conduct is shameful and inexcusable. He is a bully, while we seek to help children who are victims of bullying, his behavior is deplorable. I’m sick of hearing, ” well, he is not pastor in chief” , no he is not, thank God, yet the exact same word of God that ministers teach and tell the body to submit to is to be the same for Trump. His belittling people, his continued downgrading and naming calling people like an angry spoiled little brat. He is unable to control himself, bringing shame to Christ. He can not lead, he is only able to bully people and run rough shod over them . impeach him, no, for what he has done every politician is just as guilty. Censure him, absolutely, he has knowingly stirred up physical violence in this nation, and yet many Christians act just like him now and think he is God in the flesh. Yes, I have to vote for him agian, but I do so with a heavy , frustrated heart. Thank God for Mike Pence, a true leader, Christian, and gentleman.

    • Reply January 24, 2020

      Nelson Banuchi

      Scott Markley Trump went bankrupt 4 or 5 times and I heard some businessmen interviewed say he’s not at all as business savvy as he claims, therefore, I’d be concerned at the long term consequences of his policies… and I’m not sure he’s had any real direct significant effect on the present economy.

    • Reply January 24, 2020

      Nelson Banuchi

      Scott Markley btw, no, not “every politician” is guilty of what he’s done, unless one wants to ignore the evidence, which Republicans have not yet brought any evidence against.

      He needs to be removed.

  • Reply January 24, 2020

    Varnel Watson

    Nelson Banuchi your comments on the prayer back in school AND march for life?

    • Reply January 24, 2020

      Nelson Banuchi

      Didn’t read the article on the OP, sorry.

      But I’ll briefly say:

      Prayer in School: the government cannot interfere with that, according to the Constitution: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…”

      As far as prayer in public school, I think:
      (a) it should up to each state.
      (b) Christians will need to tolerate non-Christian prayers.

      As far as the March for Life, all I know is that it is pro-life and anti-abortion. I’m for it.

    • Reply January 26, 2020

      Varnel Watson

  • Reply January 24, 2020

    Louise Cummings

    That would be great. I have prayed that God would put the Miracles and Gifts of the The Church. Back in the Church. And I’m serious about that FB

    • Reply January 28, 2020

      Doyle Rogers

      God has never taken the Miracles and Gifts out of his church . It is the backslidden ministry that IS to blame .. …………………………. God does not change ,…AND HE DON’T LIE………………………………………Heb 6:17 Wherein God, willing more abundantly to shew unto the heirs of promise the immutability of his counsel, confirmed it by an oath:
      Heb 6:18 That by two immutable things, in which it was impossible for God to lie, we might have a strong consolation, who have fled for refuge to lay hold upon the hope set before us:
      Heb 6:19 Which hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and stedfast, and which entereth into that within the veil; ………….. GOD wont force his blessings upon A BUNCH OF PREACHERS 2Ti_3:5 Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away.

    • Reply January 28, 2020

      Doyle Rogers

      WHAT WORKED IN THE 19TH AND 20TH CENTURY WILL STILL WORK TODAY .
      Many Pentecostal churches that were onced alive and flourishing have gone modern. THEY ARE EMBARASSED BY THE MOVE OF THE HOLY SPIRIT ( that once controled the worship ) AND RELGATED HIM TO THE BACK ROOM ) CUT WORSHIP TIME TO FIT THE SCHEDUAL OF THE CONGREGATION and created a spiritual euthanasic atmosphere for the older Christians .

    • Reply January 28, 2020

      Louise Cummings

      Doyle Rogers That’s very true. And it’s dangerous to be be ashamed. Because He said if we are ashamed of. Him. He would. Be ashamed of us. I love old time Pentecostal revivals and preaching. Everyone might have a different way of worshiping. Bu we surely need to worship and praise Him everyday. And in Revival. Let the Glory come down. Well every service.

    • Reply January 28, 2020

      Louise Cummings

      Doyle Rogers I guess it happens just about every where now. Gods presence keeps me going. Even when these bodies began to wear out. It sure makes you feel young again. It makes you want to Worship. Even if the body can’t hardly walk. It sure makes you want to run , or shout.

    • Reply January 28, 2020

      Louise Cummings

      Doyle Rogers I don’t know about you. But I’m against moving them to the back rooms. The only way to try to move some , it’s so crowded. , to give more people coming down to have enough room. I think the , the Lord will make a way. I remember one girl that got so full of the Holy Ghost , they had to carry her to the car. They said when she got home. She was still was under the Holy Ghost so strong. , I think they still had to carry her in. Or she was still Speaking In Tongues. I’ve seen God move in great ways. At our Church we still have the Holy Ghost move in great ways. But I still would like to see it like it use to be.

    • Reply January 28, 2020

      Louise Cummings

      Where the girl had to be carried to the car. Was at a home prayer Meeting in our home. It was great.

  • Reply January 28, 2020

    Varnel Watson

    Eddie L. Hyatt I do appreciate him and his delivery because I can understand him. The message here I am not sure of, I get no feelings or urge one way or the other. I received this I assume because it is Religious News.
    But comparing our presidents counsel by religious leaders, I rate him above Paula W.

    BUT still in my heart I am not sure how much ‘counsel’ our president actually ‘seeks’ from the Christian Leaders of our time other than political photo ops.??. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=89&v=9h0HIm53Jus&feature=emb_title&fbclid=IwAR1l7x7opmow-UbvZiF0ttGiYO8bEZOyHLDpiSFXhMoz2VhIJLUZENUQjkc

  • Reply January 29, 2020

    Steve Loose

    if so we aint seen it yet in the church you see
    if so it’ll get the greatest resistance in history

  • Reply May 29, 2020

    Varnel Watson

    LET me just come lean and re-state this one

    I BELIEVE in a last date great revival

    I do not believe Trump is GOD’s man in it The Church IS and NOT the church that readily shuts down under order + cares little about evangelical values in their political vote + agrees to NOT having more than 50 in church – agrees to old ppl NOT coming to church – is fine with children NOT having children church + has not a care about an upcoming mandatory medical surveillance via bio-radio vaccine Such church is no other but the lukewarm Laodicea from Revelation

    I side with William DeArteaga on the prayer of revival – We need to pray for revival. The present crisis triggered by the police murder by chocking of George Floyd demonstrates the spiritual bankruptcy of the secular state, and its inability to bring spiritual vocabulary into the issue and resolution. The policeman’s act was a crime/sin – period. But the violence of the crowd in looting and burning was a sinful and criminal reaction also. The secular state and media want to call riots and looting the product of frustration, but this avoids the spiritual issue, reduces man to an automaton and makes governance impossible. All churches must come to prayer and preach the Gospel that all men are sinful and need to repent.
    BUT
    If you reopen your buildings for worship services and people show up, will they like the experience and want to come back? I think this is going to be a stretch…especially for people you are trying to reach. I’m imagining this scenario:

    First you need to go make a reservation on our website. When you arrive on our campus, you’ll need to be escorted to your seat. We’ll need to get your contact information to track you down in case someone is here with the virus. You’ll need to wear this mask. You have to sit six feet apart from everyone else in this big room which will be about 20 percent full. Your kids will need to sit with you through this entire service that is designed for adults because we can’t open our kids environments at this point. When the service is over, please leave promptly and return to your cars while avoiding contact with other people.

    It sounds delightful.

    Again, I have to ask, is this the wisest use of your resources (time, leadership, volunteers, money, energy, etc.) during this season? Or, would the Kingdom return on investment be better if you focused on your digital ministry strategy and the long-term shifts you’ll need to make to effectively carry out your mission and vision once this crisis is behind us.

    I totally understand. There are places in this big world that have very few cases and a much lower risk. For you, feel free to ignore this article…for now.

    But the reality is that Covid-19 is accelerating shifts that were happening across culture well before the virus showed up. That’s going to impact businesses, education (especially universities and colleges), non-profits and churches.

  • Reply June 1, 2020

    Varnel Watson

    Ray E Horton I’ve seen William DeArteaga post something to this extent the other day but I am not sure this is what he meant or that is coming in the midst of all these protests right now There aint NO twin revival right now either Peter Vandever Robert Cox

    • Reply June 1, 2020

      William DeArteaga

      The Second Great Awakening started under Tomas Jefferson, a Diets. Revival does not depend on politics.

  • Reply June 1, 2020

    Doyle Rogers

    MANS FUSTRATIONS do not limit God’s ability to keep His word. He said ……….Act_2:17 And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams:…………….What can really limit his word is ‘ OUR UNBELIEF ‘ …………… God will not violate our will…….Jesus said …Joh_15:7 If ye abide in me, and my words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you……………………..We need to meet HIS CONDITIONS AND abide in him and ask in faith believing..

  • Reply June 1, 2020

    Varnel Watson

    Doyle Rogers just use our Spiritual Warfare ONLINE Encyclopedia http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/?s=encyclopedia+

  • Reply June 1, 2020

    Brian Copeland

    WHAT!!!!!!!!????????

  • Reply June 1, 2020

    Russ Taft

    Absolutely not. Trump is a lost man. He needs salvation and sanctification and I don’t care who that offends in here

    • Reply June 1, 2020

      Varnel Watson

      now you are telling us this

  • Reply June 1, 2020

    RichardAnna Boyce

    AMEN, Trump’s dividing USA society can cause such despair that unbelievers have no where to turn for justice, other than to believe in Jesus to be guaranteed Eternal Life. Bring it on 🙂

    • Reply June 1, 2020

      Varnel Watson

      now you are telling us this

    • Reply June 1, 2020

      RichardAnna Boyce

      God did not kill the devil when he was defeated on the Cross, but uses him as God’s sheepdog to drive sheep into God’s sheep pen.

  • Reply June 1, 2020

    Varnel Watson

    I STRONGLY advise ALL in this group to PRAY for President TRUMP and AMERICA. Our country is on the verge tonight – 7 PM curfew in DC and all

    The episode, which amounted to one of the most highly charged and discordant moments in recent presidential history, came as nationwide unrest escalates and as Trump comes under pressure to demonstrate a modicum of conciliation for a country torn along racial, ideological and political lines. Trump did not offer that on Monday, choosing instead to retrench. He called violent protests “domestic acts of terror” which law enforcement would “dominate the streets” to quell.

    Yall know WELL my strong stand about Trump and all evangelical vote that was reeled in 2016 BUT this is NO time for division among evangelicals and especially Pentecostals This is time to stand united and strong and pray against the demonic powers that are using political parties to destroy this country STAND in PRAYER therefore…

  • Reply June 1, 2020

    Louise Cummings

    I see both of your points. But I agree with praying for Trump. The other said is the works of darkness and witchcraft and all kinds if sinful things. We don’t Rae from the table of Satan. But whose to say God might get a hold on then and start a revival in them. But I can’t see it now. So I agree. We need to pray for Trump.

  • Reply June 1, 2020

    Varnel Watson

    Robert Cox revival on the way ???

    • Reply June 1, 2020

      Robert Cox

      Troy Day

      Nope. Not according to the Bible.

    • Reply June 1, 2020

      Chandra R Rembert

      Troy Day that’s the wrong voice you’re hearing

    • Reply June 2, 2020

      Varnel Watson

      Chandra R Rembert tell me more about that? Are you referring to the video I posted in OP or something else?

  • Reply June 2, 2020

    Wendy Spencer

    • Reply June 2, 2020

      Varnel Watson

      why are you posting this fake news here?

    • Reply June 2, 2020

      Wendy Spencer

      Troy Day is it fake? Because if it isn’t people should know that who they are praising is not worthy of it.

    • Reply June 2, 2020

      Varnel Watson

      looks pretty fake right about now – you got any proof?

    • Reply June 2, 2020

      Wendy Spencer

      Troy Day there are court documents in the article.

    • Reply June 2, 2020

      Wendy Spencer

      Troy Day I can always delete it if it is not welcome on this page.

    • Reply June 2, 2020

      Wendy Spencer

    • Reply June 2, 2020

      Varnel Watson

      Wendy Spencer I am very sorry but how is all this relative to Pentecostal Theology? Lord know I aint too big on Trump but after wall we are discussing theology and not social incidents in here ? Ray E Horton Neil Steven Lawrence

    • Reply June 2, 2020

      Wendy Spencer

      Troy Day because if Trump is a pedophile he is not being used by God to lead a revival. He’s being used by Satan to cause harm. This post is about Trump who happens to be the President. He is not a Preacher, Pastor, Deacon or any other type of spiritual leader. He is a Catholic follower.

    • Troy Day Donald John Trump identifies as Presbyterian. He went to Sunday school and was confirmed in 1959 at the First Presbyterian Church in Jamaica, Queens. His mother was from Scotland the home of Presbyterianism.

    • All social issues are theological issues. Theology is the absolute foundation for society!

  • Reply June 2, 2020

    RichardAnna Boyce

    US President Donald Trump has been criticised for a photo opportunity at a famous Washington DC church in the midst of sustained protests against police brutality across the United States.

    Police used tear gas and force to clear protesters out of Lafayette Park near the White House, assaulting, among others, Channel Seven news team on Monday morning (local time).

    The removal of the protesting crowd allowed Mr Trump, flanked by members of his administration and Secret Service agents in full riot gear, to walk to St John’s Church, which had been burned during the previous night’s protests.

  • Reply June 2, 2020

    Varnel Watson

    Mr Trump says if governors don’t make full use of their National Guard, he will deploy active-duty troops to their states.

    But it’s not clear yet whether he can legally do that.

    A law known as the Posse Comitatus Act bans federal troops from being involved in domestic law enforcement.

    Today, however, Mr Trump said he did have the authority under the Insurrection Act of 1807.

    http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/total-population-control/

  • Reply June 2, 2020

    Varnel Watson

    Here’s what you’ve missed
    Violence continues: Police fired tear gas and rubber bullets as protests continued overnight. The former officer who was seen with his knee on Floyd’s neck was charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter as protesters demand charges for the other officers involved.

    Trump threatens force: Declaring himself “your president of law and order,” President Donald Trump vowed Monday to return order to American streets using the military if widespread violence isn’t quelled — even as peaceful protesters just outside the White House gates were dispersed with tear gas, flash grenades and rubber bullets as he visited a nearby church.

    Use of neck restraints: About two-thirds of the people placed in neck restraints by Minneapolis officers in the years leading to Floyd’s death were black — despite black residents making up 19% of the population, police data shows. At least 58 people lost consciousness after the city’s officers put them in neck restraints — a procedure banned by many police departments.

    Police kneel with protesters: Some officers have been pictured kneeling, praying and mourning to honor Floyd. In Atlanta, Georgia, police officers holding shields kneeled in front of demonstrators. The Denver Chief of Police linked arms with protesters, the New York City Police Chief embraced a demonstrator and a California Highway Patrol officer shook hands with a protester in LA.

    Strictest curfews in decades: Curfews have been issued in 40 cities, although many have been ignored by protesters. The curfew in LA is the harshest since the riots in 1992 following the acquittal of the officer who beat Rodney King. New York City has enacted its strictest curfew since the race riots of 1943.

  • Reply June 2, 2020

    Gayle Bresson

    Haters gonna hate ??‍♀️

  • Reply June 2, 2020

    Varnel Watson

  • Reply June 2, 2020

    Timothy Staggs

    We need to pray for Mike Pence and his family as well. I believe he is a Godly voice advising Trump on righteous issues.

  • Reply June 2, 2020

    Varnel Watson

  • Reply June 3, 2020

    Roger L. Frederick

    For the record: “I voted for him!” I say “Amen!” To the Question above! What true Christian would abandon him now?”

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